Empathy

Understanding and feeling from the point of view of the other person, believed in interactionism to lie at the heart of development of self and society.

Empathy

[disambiguation] Empathy is the ability to mutually experience the thoughts, emotions, and direct experience of others. It goes beyond sympathy, which is a feeling of care and understanding for the `feelings` of others. Both words have similar usage but differ in their emotional meaning. Empathy may also refer to: ...
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Empathy

The ability to understand the experience or emotional state of another person or animal. Often used to refer to an apparently psychic ability to experience another person's sensations, pain or emotions. Cf. clairsentience, intuition.
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Empathy

The ability to understand the experience or emotional state of another person or animal. Often used to refer to an apparently psychic ability to experience another person's sensations, pain or emotions. Cf. clairsentience, intuition.
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Empathy

Empathy along with genuineness and unconditional positive regard is one of the central pillars of humanistic psychotherapy. Empathy is where the counsellor (or facilitator) appreciates where his/her client is coming from. They do this verbally and non-verbally. Or through the use of encouraging noises and body language!
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empathy

[n] - understanding and entering into another`s feelings
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Empathy

identifying with another: a character in a story, or an historical figure; the ability to see situations from the other's point of view. Literally 'feeling with' or 'feeling in'.
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empathy

An individual's objective and insightful awareness of the feelings and behaviour of another person. It should be distinguished from sympathy, which is usually nonobjective and noncritical. It includes caring, which is the demonstration of an awareness of and a concern for the good of others. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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empathy

noun understanding and entering into another`s feelings
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empathy

(em´pә-the) intellectual and emotional awareness and understanding of another person's thoughts, feelings, and behavior, even those that are distressing and disturbing. Empathy emphasizes understanding; sympathy emphasizes sharing of another person's feelings and experiences.
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empathy

the ability to imagine oneself in another`s place and understand the other`s feelings, desires, ideas, and actions. It is a term coined in the early ... [4 related articles]
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empathy

empathy, empathetic Identification with and understanding of another's feelings, situation, and motives; attribution of one's own feelings to an object. Empathy was apparently borrowed in 1904 from Greek empátheia, 'passion' (em-, 'in' plus páthos, 'feeling'). It was a translation of the German Einfühlung (ein; 'in' plus Fühlung, 'feeling'), ...
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Empathy

[software] Empathy is an instant messaging (IM) and voice over IP (VoIP) client which supports text, voice, video, file transfers, and inter-application communication over various IM protocols. Empathy was created by forking the Gossip project started by Michael Hallendal, Richard Hult and later maintained by Martyn Russell. It was forked b...
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Empathy

A feeling of compassion and tenderness upon viewing a victim's plight.
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Empathy

(Gr. en + pathein, to suffer) The projection by the mind into an object of the subjective feeling of bodily posture and attitude which result from the tendency of the body to conform to the spatial organization of the object (e.g. the tendency to imitate the outstretched hands of a statue). The phenomenon is of particular significance for aestheti....
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empathy

Type: Term Pronunciation: em′pă-thē Definitions: 1. The ability to sense intellectually and emotionally the emotions, feelings, and reactions that another person is experiencing and to communicate that understanding to the person effectively. 2. The anthropomorphization or humanization of objects and the feeling of oneself as being ...
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Empathy

Rarely used in modern parapsychology, the popular usage of this term refers to a low-level form of telepathy wherein the empath appears to be aware of the emotional state of a distant person. An empath may also be able to
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Empathy

Empathy is the capacity to share or recognize emotions experienced by another sentient or fictional being. One may need to have a certain amount of empathy before being able to experience accurate sympathy or compassion.{according to whom|date=June 2014} ==Etymology== The English word is derived from the Ancient Greek word ἐμπάθεια (empat...
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Empathy

The ability to listen deeply to another person’s story or experience and connect to the person’s feelings and story.
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empathy

understanding and entering into another's feelings
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